Tuesday, November 22, 2011

Browns, Greens, and Creams at Loveless Barn

Jessica had a Fall wedding at Forrest Hills Baptist Church.  Her bouquet was full of browns, creams, and greens - a perfect color scheme for the Fall!

The men wore a boutonniere of Hypericum Berries, and the groom also had an orchid!

Here is a little halo of flowers and greenery for the flower girl.

The reception was held at the Loveless Barn.

Monday, November 21, 2011

Farm Wedding, Fall Colors, Beautiful Day

Lauren's wedding and reception was held at the beautiful Wolf Den Farms.  Below is one of her bridesmaid's bouquets full of fall flowers and fall colors.

The bouquets looked great next to the beautiful cranberry colored dresses.

Here is the bride's bouquet.  I love the dahlias in this one!

Here is the beautiful bride holding her bouquet.

The mothers carried this little nosegay of flowers.

The grandmothers wore this corsage.  The rosemary in these smelled divine!

The cute flower girl carried this kissing ball of green button mums.

The men sported this boutonniere that had some Hypericum Berries, Craspedia, Rosemary, and Italian Ruscus all tied up with a dark gray ribbon.

Guests were greeted with this lantern of flowers at the street to signal that there was a wedding here.

I loved their program and had to share!

We made a wooden cross for the guest book table.

Here is a closer look at the flowers we put on the cross.

The ceremony site was so beautiful!  Our wooden doors flanked the sides each holding a swag of flowers.  The arbor was handmade for the bride and groom.  It was quite a site!

Here is a close up of the swag that hung on the barn door.

Here is a close up of the flowers that adorned the top of the arbor.

We had a pew marker for every other pew tied on with a double faced satin ribbon.

After the ceremony, the guests headed over here for some mingling and cocktails.

After the cocktail hour, everyone walked up to the barn to get some food and party!

We did little arrangements around a mini lantern on the tables outside.

The buffet had lanterns and flowers all the way down the center.

Here is a close up of the flowers on the buffet spilling out of their containers.

 Each guest was given a horseshoe as a favor.  This was such a clever idea!

We decorated four chandeliers that hung over the stage and dance floor with hydrangea and mossed balls. We also draped the chandeliers with grapevine to finish the look.

Some of the centerpieces were in these wooden boxes. 

We also had lanterns as a centerpiece with flowers all around it.

Some of the tables were in stalls in the barn.  What a cozy place to hang out!

We used our iron tree to accent the dessert table.  We covered the tree in flowers and hung little lanterns all around it.

Trees and Feathers - A Fall Wedding

Mary loves texture, fall colors, and feathers!  Here is the boutonniere that we created for her groom.

All of the other men sported this boutonniere.

We even had a mini version for the little ring bearer.  So cute!

The bouquets were full of fun textures of all kinds.  We even included some feathers here too!

 The ceremony was at West End Methodist.  I love these textures and colors!

I had to share the beautiful cupcake display that was made for the bride and groom.  This was so creative and such a beautiful piece of art.

For the buffet, we created a tree arrangement with hanging lanterns.  It looked even better in a dim lit room.

The stage was flanked with huge branches coming out of our urns.  This added to the forest/wilderness theme that the bride was looking for.

Here is our manzanita branch centerpiece with hanging votives.  This is a favorite look amongst a lot of our brides this season.

We carried the tree on the buffet out amongst the room as a centerpiece with hanging votives.

We also had lanterns as centerpieces for some of the tables.  We love having multiple looks across a room.  It adds to the interest and allows the bride to have multiple looks with a cohesive theme.

The reception was held at the Lowes Vanderbilt Hotel.  We could not have passed up decorating the lions at the entrance.  The hotel adorned them with a headpiece and cape. We then added the garland around their necks.